The Australian Jewish News, in collaboration with global business futurist Morris Miselowski, have launched an 8-part web series called Future Jews 2048 and is seeking Guest Panellists.
Morris Misel (Miselowski) unleashes possibilities by breaking with convention.
For over 30 years he’s influenced the thinking of some of the world’s biggest organisations and brands to see what tomorrow might look like – long before they experience it.
Morris also shares his practical insights across the global stage and international media outlets, and is recognised for his energy, depth-of-knowledge and foresights.
He was born to be a futurist. The son of Holocaust survivors, who had seen the world crumbling around them, he grew up in a household that believed there would always be a better tomorrow.
This belief has become his lifelong passion.
To get to where he is, Morris has worn many hats. By the age of 18, he was living the entrepreneurial life running a direct mail business. However, moving from his garage-bound business to the global stage and Board Rooms, including delivering a TEDx talk, took a few more steps.
He spent many years as an academic in management and marketing and even ventured behind prison bars for a decade, to co-found and run Victoria’s first volunteer Jewish Prison Chaplaincy Service.
He’s also Australia’s first and only futurist in the Einstein 100 Genius (G100) alumni, an honour he shares with the exceptional, Barbara Streisand and is an Industry Fellow with Griffith University.
About the series
The series of fireside chats seek to inspire, inform and provoke a pragmatic forward-looking community discussion about the possible futures of Jews and Judaism in Australia and globally.
Each month Morris will be joined by 3 guests, each sharing their topic specific foresights on the possibilities, opportunities and concerns that may be ahead.
AJN readers will be encouraged to debate the monthly issue and share their opinions.
Proposed topics include:
- Religion, Culture, Family & Community
- Women & Gender
- Global and local influence and impact
- Assimilation and antisemitism
- Jewish Australia 2048
- Technology’s impact